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 Translation for 'Austrian Republic' from English to French
NOUN   the Austrian Republic | -
géogr.pol.
République {f} d'Autriche
Austrian Republic
Partial Matches
autrichien {adj}Austrian
ethn.géogr.
Autrichien {m} [personne]
Austrian
bot.T
chêne {m} de Turquie [Quercus cerris]
Austrian oak
ethn.géogr.
Autrichienne {f}
Austrian [female]
bot.T
chêne {m} lombard [Quercus cerris]
Austrian oak
bot.T
chêne {m} chevelu [Quercus cerris]
Austrian oak
bot.T
chêne {m} de Bourgogne [Quercus cerris]
Austrian oak
bot.T
chêne {m} cerris [Quercus cerris]
Austrian oak
unverified
bot.T
pin {m} noir [Pinus nigra]
Austrian pine
pol.
Parti {m} populaire autrichien
Austrian People's Party
hist.pol.
révolutions {f.pl} autrichienne de 1848
revolutions of 1848 in the Austrian Empire
pol.
république {f}
republic
pol.
république sœur {f}
sister Republic
géogr.
République {f} tchèque [Tchéquie]
Czech Republic
pol.
république {f} bananière [péj.]
banana republic [pej.]
pol.
la République {f} française
the French Republic
géogr.pol.
République {f} d'Autriche
Republic of Austria
pol.
république {f} populaire
people's republic
géogr.pol.
République {f} dominicaine
Dominican Republic <.do>
géogr.hist.pol.
République {f} helvétique [1798 - 1803]
Helvetic Republic [1798 - 1803]
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Usage Examples English
  • In 1931 plans for a customs union between Weimar Germany and the First Austrian Republic were shattered by French opposition.
  • The death of his father and the beginning of his political career in the First Austrian Republic compelled Raab to drop out of the university in 1925.
  • He is often referred to as the "Father of the Republic" because he led the first government of German-Austria and the First Austrian Republic in 1919 and 1920, and was once again decisive in establishing the present Second Republic after the fall of Nazi Germany in 1945, becoming its first President after World War II (and fourth overall).
  • Following the downfall of the Habsburg monarchy in November 1918, the palace became the property of the newly founded Austrian Republic and was preserved as a museum.
  • The new constitution became effective on 1 May 1934 and swept away the last remnants of democracy and the system of the First Austrian Republic.

  • Similar treaties banned the First Austrian Republic, the Kingdom of Bulgaria, and the Kingdom of Hungary from chemical weapons, all belonging to the losing side, the Central powers.
  • This was replaced by the First Austrian Republic in 1919, after the Treaty of Saint-Germain-en-Laye (1919).
  • Ten years after the Second World War Austria again became an independent republic as the Second Austrian Republic in 1955.
  • On 16 February 1919 Seipel was elected on the Christian Social ticket to the Constituent National Assembly, the body that adopted the constitution for the First Austrian Republic, which replaced the Republic of German-Austria.
  • The Carinthian Plebiscite region was placed under Austrian administration on 18 November 1920 and declared part of the sovereign Austrian Republic on November 22.

  • It became known by its current name after the establishment of the First Austrian Republic in 1921.
  • ... , "proportionality") is a long-standing practice in the Second Austrian Republic in which positions in government are distributed between political parties in a manner proportional to their electoral or public support.
  • As the political situation became stabilised with foundation of the First Austrian Republic in September 1919, the [...] movement started creating formal organizations like the Austrian Association for Settlements and Small Gardens.
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